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Aug 9, 2022

Propp in Lawfare: Has the Time for an EU-US Agreement on E-Evidence Come and Gone?

Europe Center nonresident senior fellow Kenneth Propp discusses the state of transatlantic cooperation on sharing electronic evidence, a critical component of law enforcement investigations. Over the years, Europe and the United States have managed—despite occasional well-publicized difficulties—to build a well-functioning international law framework for law enforcement and security information exchange that respects individual privacy rights. […]

Digital Policy Economy & Business

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Jul 6, 2022

Gen. James Jones: ‘the Black Sea region is being pounded into the soft underbelly of security in Europe’

Atlantic Council Board Director and Executive Chairman Emeritus James L. Jones, Jr highlights the significance of US-Romania relations and next steps for a Black Sea security strategy.

Arms Control Defense Policy

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Jun 23, 2022

Taking stock of a new era for EU-US policy in the Indo-Pacific

By Ben Judah

Leaders from the US State Department and European External Action Service discuss the aims of their Indo-Pacific strategies at the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Defense & Future Forum.

China European Union

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Jun 23, 2022

Can the EU and US align in response to economic upheaval?

By Damir Marusic

The global economy has been transformed by two massive shocks. Experts at the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Defense & Future Forum talk about approaching the uncertain future ahead.

Economy & Business European Union

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Jun 23, 2022

‘Strategic autonomy is strategic responsibility.’ How the war in Ukraine reshaped transatlantic security debates.

By Damir Marusic

Russia’s attack on Ukraine has rewired the debate around transatlantic security. Transatlantic leaders at the Atlantic Council’s EU-US Defense & Future Forum discussed what has—and hasn’t—changed in the last four months.

Conflict European Union

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Jun 23, 2022

How NATO, the EU, and the US plan to tackle the new security environment in Europe

By Atlantic Council

As Vladimir Putin wages his war against the Ukrainian people, strategists across the Atlantic are reevaluating strategies to secure a rules-based liberal world.

European Union Politics & Diplomacy

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Jun 22, 2022

Wendy Sherman and Stefano Sannino on Ukrainian EU membership, Russian escalation, and Chinese technology

By Atlantic Council

US Deputy Secretary of State Sherman and European External Action Service Secretary-General Sannino joined the Atlantic Council to talk about the transatlantic relationship and the roles of the European Union and United States in addressing the world’s challenges.

European Union Politics & Diplomacy

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Jun 3, 2022

European VP Schinas: ‘We have never been closer with our American friends and partners as we are now’

By Europe Center

On June 2, 2022, Margaritis Schinas, vice-president of the European Commission, joined Frances Burwell, distinguished fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center, for a conversation on transatlantic relations through the prism of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, highlighting key aspects of the vice president’s portfolio, promoting the European way of life, including strengthening resilience in critical […]

Cybersecurity European Union

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May 19, 2022

Event Recap: “Cooperation in the Arctic: Ways forward in a Changed Security Environment”

On April 28th, 2022, the Atlantic Council’s Northern Europe office, in cooperation with the US Embassy Stockholm, held the conference “Cooperation in the Arctic: Ways forward in a Changed Security Environment.” Convening as Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine entered its third month, the future of Arctic governance was in question. Joint research projects on climate change […]

Climate Change & Climate Action Crisis Management

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Mar 29, 2022

German defense minister: ‘We cannot look away or stand apart’ on Ukraine

By Brian McGee

Germany is committed to stepping up in global efforts to support Ukraine in its fight against Russia, German Minister of Defense Christine Lambrecht said at an Atlantic Council Front Page event.

Conflict Crisis Management

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Mar 10, 2022

UK foreign minister: Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is a ‘paradigm shift on the scale of 9/11’

By the Atlantic Council

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss warned that Putin has shaken the global security architecture by invading Ukraine and declared the “era of complacency” over.

Conflict Europe & Eurasia